Electric buses on urban routes started in 2018 in Wenatchee, Washington. That may not sound groundbreaking, but the special thing about it is Link Transit also chose wireless charging for those buses
Swarup Bhunia and engineers at the University of Florida, Gainesville are envisioning mobile vehicle-to-vehicle charging for EVs.
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The dream of driving on electric highways (eHighways) for miles without recharging still has a few researchers and entrepreneurs excited. Some of them are creating a project test track in Sweden where electric vehicles can drive without fear of depleting their battery pack
Rather than wasting time trying to find and use charging stations, drivers will soon be able to power up their vehicles without having to plug anything in.
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Oslo is installing high power wireless chargers for taxis in an effort to reduce carbon emissions in the city. It says all taxis will be battery electric by 2023.
WiTricity has acquired the rights to the QualComm Halo wireless charging technology, enhancing its position as one of the leading wireless charging companies in the world.
The Antelope Valley Transit Authority is peeling the plastic off of the first three high-speed wireless bus chargers for its network of buses this week. The three new inductive chargers will operate at 250 kW speeds that will allow its fleet of fully electric BYD buses roaming around their service area in Southern California to charge up at ridiculously fast speeds, without wires
MAHLE, one of the top Tier 1 suppliers to the automotive industry, has agreed to license wireless charging technology from WiTriicity, a world leader in wireless charging systems.